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Название статьи SIZING OPERATING ROOMS IN CASE OF A DISASTER PLAN
Автор Issam Nouaouri, J. Christophe Nicolas, Daniel Jolly
Рубрика РАЗДЕЛ VII. МОДЕЛИРОВАНИЕ СЛОЖНЫХ СИСТЕМ
Месяц, год 01, 2010
Индекс УДК 71-57
DOI
Аннотация In case of a disaster, the need for medical and surgical treatments overwhelms hospitals’ capabilities with respect to standard operating procedures. In this paper, we deal with the preparation phase of the disaster management plan. We focus on the sizing activity of emergency resources, more precisely on operating rooms. So, we propose integer linear programming model. This model provides the optimal number of operating rooms that best respond to mass casualty events such that all victims are treated. Computational experiments performed by the Cplex solver show that a substantial aid is proposed by using this model in hospital disaster management.

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Ключевые слова Integer programming; Disaster plan, Sizing; operating rooms.
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